Redrado says Argentina needs to reach IMF deal

Argentina's central bank governor Martin Redrado said on Sunday 26 June that it is important for the country to reach a loan accord with the International Monetary Fund to repay debt.

"I don't run negotiations with the IMF but I think it is important to reach an agreement," he told reporters on the sidelines of a meeting of central bankers at the Bank of International Settlements.

Argentina completed the world's biggest debt restructuring in early June -- delivering $35.3 billion in new debt in

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